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April 2020 Round-Up

April 2020 Round-Up

If there’s one thing you can say about 2020, it’s that there’s never really been a year like it. As time goes on and we head into May, it looks like strange is the new normal.

Nonetheless, Tillison is operating business as usual. Phone calls to the office are being redirected to team members, all business-critical systems are running and our specialists are still working hard on all of our campaigns.

Read on for an insight into what we have been up to in May and some of the latest news from the industry.

Building communities on social media

Building communities on social mediaIn one of this month’s T-Time videos, our MD Mark talked to social media gurus Samantha Kelly, Sara Tasker and Sarah Dunwood to find out how they go about building communities on Twitter and Instagram.

They discuss how to get started, daily social media routines and measuring engagement to ensure that you’re getting the most from the platform and providing users with something they need.

Team Tillison’s 2.6 challenge

This month Team Tillison took part in the 2.6 Challenge to raise money for Friends Fighting Cancer. Everyone took on a different challenge from running 2.6 kilometres in 26 minutes and doing three sets of 26 push-ups to cultivating 26 seedlings and crocheting 26 different items.

So far we’ve raised over £50, but there’s still time to donate to a good cause!

Want to add users to Google Analytics?

Tillison’s MD Mark goes back to basics in this T-Time video to teach us how to add users to Google Analytics accounts. Whether they have a Gmail account or not, he talks us through the steps you need to take to add users to views, properties and the entire account, and he explains the different levels of access you can give.

While you’re there, why not subscribe to our YouTube channel for helpful guide and to keep up to date with the latest industry news?

Google My Business coronavirus updates

If you use Google My Business, you may have noticed some changes in the past few weeks as the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can mark your business as temporarily closed, change your opening hours and set up coronavirus posts to keep your customers updated about the precautions you’re taking and any changes to your operation.

Take a look at our blog post for more information on the changes and how you can implement them.

What’s next?

Our in-house content team has been keeping busy creating insightful new posts for the Tillison blog, so make sure you keep an eye out for those in May. You can also stay up to date by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Curry Business has unfortunately been postponed until further notice as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but we hope to bring it back later in the year.

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